Category Archives: ORCID pilot

Libraries, Researchers and ORCID webinar

To hear a bit more about what we’ve done with ORCID at Northumbria University, as well as activity at Texas A&M and University of Michigan, you can join a free webinar tomorrow, 30th October 2014. The webinar will be held o … Continue reading

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Use case one: Moving ORCID upstream

Northumbria’s ORCID pilot project has, so far, focused on use case one, Moving ORCID Upstream. To quickly sum up this use case (there’s more information about this in our project plan), we’re aiming to introduce ORCID registration at an early … Continue reading

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Unique Author Identifiers: ORCID, Scopus ID and Researcher ID – what’s the difference?

As we’ve mentioned previously on this blog, there is a problem in overcoming “standards proliferation” fatigue when promoting any new research tool or ID standard. The web has enabled an unprecedented level of sharing and connectivity, especially with regards to research, … Continue reading

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Northumbria University Researcher Development Event

From 30th June – 4th July 2014 the University Library and Research and Business Services are holding a Researcher Development Event. It’s open to Northumbria University staff and postgraduate research students. Join us at a Research Showcase in Mea House Auditorium … Continue reading

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ORCID at Northumbria

Some background to what we’ve done at Northumbria so far and the approach we’re taking for our next steps. I was very happy to see the January 2013 announcement that Jisc, RCUK, HEFCE and HESA, among others, were backing ORCID as … Continue reading

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Embedding ORCID across researcher career paths – about the project

Embedding ORCID across researcher career paths is Northumbria University’s contribution to the Jisc-ARMA ORCID pilot project. The aim of the pilot is streamline the ORCID implementation process at universities and to develop the best value approach for a potential UK … Continue reading

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